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    GET not working properly for BSSV objects

    This started happening since the last full DV package was deployed. Not sure what went wrong. The issue is; whenever a developer tries to 'GET' a JP** or a J** object in DV900 or any pathcode; JDE should create a folder as C:\e900\DV900\java\source\oracle\e1\bssv\J*** and populate the folder with corresponding .java/.jpr components.
    In our case, the folder gets created but the corresponding contents don't.

    Here is what I see in the logs:

    May 11 09:50:14.712000 - 5396/5764 WRK:Starting jdeCallObject OMWFUtil::CopyF() - Copying \\KYINDV9DLP\E900\DV900\java\sbfjars\JP590301.jar to c:\e900\DV900\java\source\oracle\e1\bssv\JP590301\ JP590301.jar.
    May 11 09:50:14.743000 - 5396/5764 WRK:Starting jdeCallObject OMWFUtil::CopyF() - Copy successful
    May 11 09:50:14.743001 - 5396/5764 WRK:Starting jdeCallObject The log detail item, <NO LOG ITEM DEFINED>, will not be logged because it is not required by the configuration settings.
    May 11 09:50:14.868000 - 5396/5764 WRK:Starting jdeCallObject OMW: Extracted contents of JAR c:\e900\DV900\java\source\oracle\e1\bssv\JP590301\ JP590301.jar with return message: The handle is invalid.

    The copy never happens; although it shows successful in the log; hence the extraction of the jar file errors out with invalid handle.

    It would be great if someone could provide an input on this.

    Regards...

    Regards,
    Ron Weasley
    EnterpriseOne XE to 9.2 - Install, Upgrade, Migration
    WebSphere, Weblogic - RTE, BSSV, Mobile(ADF), IoT, AIS
    HP-UX, AIX, iSeries, Windows, Solaris, Linux
    Oracle, DB400, SQL Server, DB2 UDB

  2. #2

    Re: GET not working properly for BSSV objects

    resolved... needed to have the jde.ini settings correct for JDeveloper.
    Regards,
    Ron Weasley
    EnterpriseOne XE to 9.2 - Install, Upgrade, Migration
    WebSphere, Weblogic - RTE, BSSV, Mobile(ADF), IoT, AIS
    HP-UX, AIX, iSeries, Windows, Solaris, Linux
    Oracle, DB400, SQL Server, DB2 UDB

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    Re: GET not working properly for BSSV objects

    Had the same issue in 9.1
    Make sure there is no space after the version of jdeveloper as defined in the jde.ini
    and the install path needs to c:\oracle\middleware
    don't include jdeveloper at the end

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    I am having the same issue. Could you expand on what was incorrect in the jde.ini file?

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    This is a very old thread so you probably would have been better off starting a new thread with maybe a link referencing this thread and described exactly the problem you are having.

    Based on the discussion in this thread the last poster is saying you have to be careful how you specify the JDeveloper path. It is very counter intuitive in that you DON'T specify the folder that contains the .exe, but rather the folder containing the folder that contains the exe. So, if the path to JDeveloper is C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\jdeveloper\jdevel oper.exe you specify C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home in the jde.ini. For me, JDeveloper is installed in the path I just referenced and here is the relevant portion of my jde.ini:

    Code:
    [MTR VALIDATION]
    BusobjInMB=350
    CDiskInMB=200
    DeployDiskInMB=5000
    NMakeVersion=6.00.8168.0
    MDACVersion=2.60.6526.2
    LiteRecords=12
    JDeveloperVersion=12.1.2
    JDeveloperInstallPath=C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home
    MigrateOAStoWls=0
    WeblogicHomepath=
    BuildForJAXWSWLS=1
    BuildForJAXWSWAS=0
    WebSphereInstallPath=
    Brian Oster
    Application Development Manager
    E1: 9.0 (TR9.1.5.1) / 9.2 (TR9.2.2.2)
    JAS/BSSV: Weblogic 12.1.2 / Weblogic 12.2
    ES: Win2008 / Win2016
    DB: MSSQL 2014 / 2016
    WebDev Client: Win7Pro / Win10Pro

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